I've been geting all kinds of nice feedback from listeners on "Clone Music" show Yeaaaaaahhhhhh. Here is some cool CD ART from Michael complete file here
Those of who subscribe to the feed will have gotten the special episode that is the "Getting a Leg Up" podcast, where J.C. Hutchins describes what music styles each of the clones listens to. Then Mark Forman put on songs that fit that style, and still fit into the context of the show. I thought I might share some of my music ideas that didn't need to fit into the context of the show.
John - Female vocals that can rock and also some folk. For the rock side of things, I thought of Curve, and Jem to a lesser extent. For the folk side of things, early Liz Phair (Exile in Guyville) and Mia Doi Todd.
Michael - Rock for workouts, classical for downtime. I couldn't come up with anything to original for this one. Maybe some stereotypical military rock like Disturbed and Godsmack. For classical, maybe some Beethoven and the Three Tenors.
Jack - Motown. Beyond the obvious James Brown and Temptation, he might get into some Gnarles Barkley.
Jonathan - World Music. Maybe some Think of One, Sulif Keita, and Buean Vista Social Club
Father Thomas - Headbanging rock, with possible spiritual influences. Maybe some Skillet, Pillar, and Kutless. Or if he got really heavy, some Demon Hunter and Zao, but I don't think he goes that far out.
Dr. Mike - Hispanic/California scene. Some Los Amigos Invisibles and Cafe Tacvbu.
Killroy 2.0 - Electronic. I know he said trance and such, but trance seems a little too upbeat for him. I see him more as a Aphex Twin and Squarepusher kind of guy than a Sasha and Digweed kind of guy. You also can't rule out that drum and bass goes very well with working on computers, so maybe some Roni Size thrown in there.
John Alpha - Anything with screams. Going with that, I thought Bloodsimple, Ministry, and possibly some Nine Inch Nails. But any good evil genius with aspirations for world domination needs to listen to some Sinatra.